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Sessler's Soapbox: The Playstation NGP

Posted: February 1, 2011
Sessler's Soapbox: The Playstation NGP
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Adam takes the time to discuss all the trouble he sees for Sony's new portable gaming system, the NGP/PSP2.

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  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Must of the upcoming game they talk about are remake of N64 games: Star Fox 64, Mario 64, and Zelda Orcarina of Time. Also One of the launch game is Street Fighter 4. Which is like Uncharted on the NGP. I will still get both though. And If Uncharted does come out on the NGP I will be playing that during the Uncharted Movie.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 7:03 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Must of the upcoming game they talk about are remake of N64 games: Star Fox 64, Mario 64, and Zelda Orcarina of Time. Also One of the launch game is Street Fighter 4. Which is like Uncharted on the NGP. I will still get both though. And If Uncharted does come out on the NGP I will be playing that during the Uncharted Movie.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 7:02 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Must of the upcoming game they talk about are remake of N64 games: Star Fox 64, Mario 64, and Zelda Orcarina of Time. Also One of the launch game is Street Fighter 4. Which is like Uncharted on the NGP. I will still get both though. And If Uncharted does come out on the NGP I will be playing that during the Uncharted Movie.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 7:01 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Must of the upcoming game they talk about are remake of N64 games: Star Fox 64, Mario 64, and Zelda Orcarina of Time. Also One of the launch game is Street Fighter 4. Which is like Uncharted on the NGP. I will still get both though. And If Uncharted does come out on the NGP I will be playing that during the Uncharted Movie.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:58 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Must of the upcoming game they talk about are remake of N64 games: Star Fox 64, Mario 64, and Zelda Orcarina of Time. Also One of the launch game is Street Fighter 4. Which is like Uncharted on the NGP. I will still get both though. And If Uncharted does come out on the NGP I will be playing that during the Uncharted Movie.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:57 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Some of the 3DS game just remake of other games from the N64 ( Mario 64 and Star Fox 64). Also Street Fighter 4 is like playing Uncharted of the NGP.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:51 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • NeoBlaze22

    You can say the same about the 3DS. Some of the 3DS game just remake of other games from the N64 ( Mario 64 and Star Fox 64). Also Street Fighter 4 is like playing Uncharted of the NGP.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:51 PM
    NeoBlaze22
  • xnerd23x

    Dude, Dead Spank on the NGP!
    Amazing I know you don't have to tell me

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:33 PM
    xnerd23x
  • Tylerr

    Only thing I'm mad about is the name, why have a codename for it at all. Call it what it is, the PSP2.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:23 PM
    Tylerr
  • drangel_jam

    *there isn't*

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:16 PM
    drangel_jam
  • drangel_jam

    It's like they are teasing us with a nameless cake half-way done, and with familiar dough. We hope the comple cake will be amazing, but there not much "to run and tell that homeboy!"

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:16 PM
    drangel_jam
  • drangel_jam

    i agree.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:13 PM
    drangel_jam
  • MasterNoble6

    Godamn I hate g4 bloggers

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:06 PM
    MasterNoble6
  • darkuest

    I disagree wit what he was saying,Sony name of the system is not really important here, its really all about what it does which they could have showed more of of course. But we all should of known that wasnt going to happen, because everybody knows that the big announcements happens at E3. So nobody shouldnt be getting all butt hurt about it. And most likely they marketing strategy always get messed up cause people cant keep they mouth shut about products that they our trying to keep under wraps until the big day comes so. But the video they had doh, SUCK LIKE HELL for advertisement.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 6:06 PM
    darkuest
  • playsbydesign

    My profound appologizes if my comment was posted a half a dozen times but I can not see it when I hit the post button and it sends me back to the previous comments without updating.

    Again I do appologize if my comment has been spammed half a dozen times.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:41 PM
    playsbydesign
  • playsbydesign

    On a personal level, yes, I do wish that companies would belay announcements until some concrete launch dates and games are available for viewing.

    Though I have to remind myself that announcements like this are for those deep in the gaming community. The minority. The public will not even be aware of this until advertising starts a few weeks before launch.

    We are privy to this information, Mr. Sessler. This announcement is for those that enjoy looking at the design differences, it's technical aspects, and it's possibilities. These announcements are not meant to "sell" the product to individuals like us but rather introduce it and get us talking about it.

    Had you, Mr. Sessler, not been a member of the gaming community or around those that are up to date on recent announcements, then you probably would have not been aware of the device. Not until you were sitting at home and an exciting, well formulated commercial came on with the product's real name and launch titles there for you to see.

    Also I'm not too worried about the level of distinction that Mr. Sessler mentioned. That distinction for the most part will be found in the software. The hardware lends itself to that with the inclusion of more horsepower, a second analog stick and front and rear-touch pads. With the PSP it felt like while I was playing Playstation titles that I was being punished for it's portability, and getting half the experience. Now it seems that I will get the same Playstation experience I get at home, on the go. That's distinction enough for me and in the end, all I really wanted.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:40 PM
    playsbydesign
  • playsbydesign

    On a personal level, yes, I do wish that companies would belay announcements until some concrete launch dates and games are available for viewing.

    Though I have to remind myself that announcements like this are for those deep in the gaming community. The minority. The public will not even be aware of this until advertising starts a few weeks before launch.

    We are privy to this information, Mr. Sessler. This announcement is for those that enjoy looking at the design differences, it's technical aspects, and it's possibilities. These announcements are not meant to "sell" the product to individuals like us but rather introduce it and get us talking about it.

    Had you, Mr. Sessler, not been a member of the gaming community or around those that are up to date on recent announcements, then you probably would have not been aware of the device. Not until you were sitting at home and an exciting, well formulated commercial came on with the product's real name and launch titles there for you to see.

    Also I'm not too worried about the level of distinction that Mr. Sessler mentioned. That distinction for the most part will be found in the software. The hardware lends itself to that with the inclusion of more horsepower, a second analog stick and front and rear-touch pads. With the PSP it felt like while I was playing Playstation titles that I was being punished for it's portability, and getting half the experience. Now it seems that I will get the same Playstation experience I get at home, on the go. That's distinction enough for me and in the end, all I really wanted.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:39 PM
    playsbydesign
  • playsbydesign

    On a personal level, yes, I do wish that companies would belay announcements until some concrete launch dates and games are available for viewing.

    Though I have to remind myself that announcements like this are for those deep in the gaming community. The minority. The public will not even be aware of this until advertising starts a few weeks before launch.

    We are privy to this information, Mr. Sessler. This announcement is for those that enjoy looking at the design differences, it's technical aspects, and it's possibilities. These announcements are not meant to "sell" the product to individuals like us but rather introduce it and get us talking about it.

    Had you, Mr. Sessler, not been a member of the gaming community or around those that are up to date on recent announcements, then you probably would have not been aware of the device. Not until you were sitting at home and an exciting, well formulated commercial came on with the product's real name and launch titles there for you to see.

    Also I'm not too worried about the level of distinction that Mr. Sessler mentioned. That distinction for the most part will be found in the software. The hardware lends itself to that with the inclusion of more horsepower, a second analog stick and front and rear-touch pads. With the PSP it felt like while I was playing Playstation titles that I was being punished for it's portability, and getting half the experience. Now it seems that I will get the same Playstation experience I get at home, on the go. That's distinction enough for me and in the end, all I really wanted.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:38 PM
    playsbydesign
  • playsbydesign

    On a personal level, yes, I do wish that companies would belay announcements until some concrete launch dates and games are available for viewing.

    Though I have to remind myself that announcements like this are for those deep in the gaming community. The minority. The public will not even be aware of this until advertising starts a few weeks before launch.

    We are privy to this information, Mr. Sessler. This announcement is for those that enjoy looking at the design differences, it's technical aspects, and it's possibilities. These announcements are not meant to "sell" the product to individuals like us but rather introduce it and get us talking about it.

    Had you, Mr. Sessler, not been a member of the gaming community or around those that are up to date on recent announcements, then you probably would have not been aware of the device. Not until you were sitting at home and an exciting, well formulated commercial came on with the product's real name and launch titles there for you to see.

    Also I'm not too worried about the level of distinction that Mr. Sessler mentioned. That distinction for the most part will be found in the software. The hardware lends itself to that with the inclusion of more horsepower, a second analog stick and front and rear-touch pads. With the PSP it felt like while I was playing Playstation titles that I was being punished for it's portability, and getting half the experience. Now it seems that I will get the same Playstation experience I get at home, on the go. That's distinction enough for me and in the end, all I really wanted.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:37 PM
    playsbydesign
  • playsbydesign

    On a personal level, yes, I do wish that companies would belay announcements until some concrete launch dates and games are available for viewing.

    Though I have to remind myself that announcements like this are for those deep in the gaming community. The minority. The public will not even be aware of this until advertising starts a few weeks before launch.

    We are privy to this information, Mr. Sessler. This announcement is for those that enjoy looking at the design differences, it's technical aspects, and it's possibilities. These announcements are not meant to "sell" the product to individuals like us but rather introduce it and get us talking about it.

    Had you, Mr. Sessler, not been a member of the gaming community or around those that are up to date on recent announcements, then you probably would have not been aware of the device. Not until you were sitting at home and an exciting, well formulated commercial came on with the product's real name and launch titles there for you to see.

    Also I'm not too worried about the level of distinction that Mr. Sessler mentioned. That distinction for the most part will be found in the software. The hardware lends itself to that with the inclusion of more horsepower, a second analog stick and front and rear-touch pads. With the PSP it felt like while I was playing Playstation titles that I was being punished for it's portability, and getting half the experience. Now it seems that I will get the same Playstation experience I get at home, on the go. That's distinction enough for me and in the end, all I really wanted.

    Posted: February 1, 2011 5:35 PM
    playsbydesign
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